Do you think it is ever justified for citizens to take violent action against the government, or is it never justified?
The above was the 12th question in a recent Washington Post-University of Maryland poll. It was a question that 62% of the 1,100 respondents, who were a fairly even mix of Republicans (300), Democrats (399), and Independents (295), answered: “Never Justified.”
And so, if true-born and rightly-raised Americans set back and do nothing, the Grand Experiment that is America shall come to a sad and shuddering end, borne down into the muck and mire of history under the twin weights of greed and obedience.
When 62% of people within our nation’s borders are willing to state that they believe that it is never justified to take violent action against the government, we’re past the point of normalcy or rhetoric as a means of saving Americans. When that many individuals reject the purpose and point of the 2nd Amendment, there’s little to no hope of a good outcome that doesn’t involve force majeur on Americans’ part.
No, in order to save America, patriots culling the 62% from, at a minimum, the electorate, more likely the public sphere in general, and possibly the population itself, is a course of action that must be seriously considered. Obviously, the tree of Liberty is parched and must be watered.